“Anyone Who Doesn’t See the Hand of God is Blind”
Outspoken Knesset Member tells Israel Today that presence of Christians is evidence of God’s Hand at work
Among other latter-day prophecies, the Bible speaks of the nations coming up to Jerusalem for Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles.
For the past 30 years already, this has been a reality, and is most noticeable during the annual Jerusalem March, a local Israeli event that every year is joined by thousands upon thousands of Christians from all over the world.
It is yet another example of the Bible being fulfilled before our very eyes, and a reminder that God remains faithful.
Member of Knesset Yehuda Glick (Likud) said as much when the Israel Today film crew caught up with him during the march, which Glick spent joyously celebrating with Christian visitors.
“Zechariah said they would come on Sukkot, and we see it happening,” noted Glick, adding that “anyone who doesn’t see the hand of God, is blind.”